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There is a proposal to break free from and reorganize the commitments   made by the government to the international community with regard to issues of war time accountability for serious human rights violations. It was in October 2015 the newly elected government eased tensions that had been growing between the previous government and sections of the international community. This dispute had contributed to the imposition of economic sanctions.  

The citizens of this country are utterly disappointed by the government’s pusillanimous responses to the profusion of unconscionable strikes that are called by various groups that cause immense inconvenience and hardship, loss of time and money, and even deprivation of life and limb of fellow citizens. The timing and nature of most of the strikes that have taken place over the past 3-4 years indicate that the motivation behind them is less the direct self-interest of the strikers and more the unscrupulous political objectives of their leaders.   

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